If you journey in a practice and attempt to intimidate or threaten your fellow passengers then watch out as Indian Railways is contemplating banning such passengers.
new Delhi: If you journey in a practice and attempt to intimidate or threaten your fellow passengers then watch out as Indian Railways is contemplating banning such passengers. On Tuesday, an official of the Railway Ministry gave this info.
The Railway Ministry official mentioned, "It has been seen within the development that frequent passengers in flight behave badly with fellow passengers and put the lives of different passengers in danger. <! –
The passengers who do that in flight, the Indian Railways is contemplating banning such passengers for just a few months. If the airline bans such passengers, then they won’t be within the record of Indian Railways additionally.
The official mentioned, "Railways will ask airways for an inventory of such passengers and after that they’ll register these passengers of their system. After this, such passengers won’t be able to e-book tickets for just a few months. The official additionally mentioned that Indian Railways is planning to ban such passengers for six months.
The official mentioned that the thought got here to the National Transporter when Kunal Kamra, a humorist in an IndiGo flight on Tuesday, allegedly questioned a journalist and referred to as him a coward. Kamra additionally made a video of this incident and posted it on social media. During this time, the remainder of the passengers additionally had issues. After which Indigo banned Kunal Kamra for six months. This flight was going from Mumbai to Lucknow. (Input: IANS)